- SketchUp Essentials
- Additional Essentials
- Advanced SketchUp Topics
- SketchUp Landscape Topics
- Lumion 3D Training
- Certified SketchUp Hands-on exercise driven training
- Ongoing support
- Official Framed certificate
- Licensed Landscape Architect’s in may apply to receive 16 CE Credits.
If you don't see your state/city listed, please contact us and/or consider live one-on-one remote training.
- Remote ‘online’ one-on-one training (instructor controls your computer)
- Nationwide On-Site Training (instructor travels to your facility)
- Hands-On Classroom Training in Florida if you have multiple individuals.
- Starting a project
- Setting up a project preferences
- Geographically locate your project
- Creating a template
- Using lines, circles, polygons, arcs and surfaces to create 3D shapes
- Understanding edges and faces and how to avoid common mistakes
- Scale and precision
- Push -Pull, move and follow-Me tool
- Constraining object movement
- Using tape measure
- Scale and precision
- Using axes
- Views – Standard and their uses
- Camera tools – field of view, creating cameras, position camera
- Making/saving and editing scenes
- Layers – what they do and how to use them
- Making groups and components – what they do and how to use them
- Scenes – creating, modifying and updating
- Developing your project
- Advanced modeling
- Adding materials
- Creating animations
- Using Google 3D Warehouse
- Using Google Earth
- Applying materials
- Making new materials
- Adjusting material mapping on faces
- Mapping materials to curved surfaces
- Editing material
- Applying Styles
- Editing styles
- Creating styles
- Exporting 2D graphics
- Modeling organic objects
- Intersecting models
- Using Sections
- Using the Sandbox tools
- 3D Text
- Plug-in tools
- Using Google Warehouse
- Using Google Earth
- Smoothing of faces using both soften smooth edges and the eraser tool
- Photo match models
- Using AutoCAD files
- Exporting models to Photoshop
- Making animations from scenes
- Scenes – Transitions and delays
- Export settings – frame sizes
- Frame rates
GeniusDV’s SketchUp training services make 3D modeling easy for anyone to learn. After attending a SketchUp training class you’ll be able to use the software to work under real-world time constraints.
Take a look at some reason renders using SketchUp.
From broadcasters to architects and engineers, virtually every industry uses SketchUp to model and animate 3D objects and environments.
Learn how to model in SketchUp Pro!
Show what a new building would look like on a real map. Recreate and fly through the scene of an accident. Visualize your set before you build it-complete with simulated weather conditions for the day of your shoot. And get a head start with the 3D Warehouse, which is full of pre-built models of famous buildings and common objects.
Our two-day SketchUp training covers the entire authorized curriculum, from how to open the software to the most advanced techniques. By the end of our course, you’ll be able to create, animate, and display 3D environments at a sophisticated level.
Architectural visualizations are an incredible way to promote or demonstrate your product. Take your SketchUp model(s) to an entirely new level in our optional Lumion 3D course.
Katya Kean is a freelance professional SketchUp designer that specializes in designing hyper realistic models for Google Earth. She has taught classes in SketchUp for companies such as Walt Disney Imagineers, Architectural firms, Major Dept Stores, City planners, educational facilities, and technology companies.
Matt Donley is the founder of MasterSketchUp.com, a popular online resource for learning SketchUp. He is also the author of the book SketchUp to LayOut. Matt uses his experience in the construction industry to help him connect with other construction professionals who are interested in learning SketchUp and LayOut.
Steve Gross is a SketchUp Trainer and software beta tester. Steve uses SketchUp on most of his major projects, including the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter Theme Park and the new Transformers theme park ride at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Helen Ammon is a visual storyteller and specializes in designing scenic environments. Based out of NYC, her previous credits include design work for Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando, prop design for Walt Disney Imagineering, and set design for numerous NYC theatrical performances. She has also worked on unique projects ranging anywhere from The Bronx Zoo to a Circus in Times Square.